Roxanne and special guests share parenting mishaps and milestones. With crazy schedules for parents and kids and the added distraction of tech everywhere you turn, they are less dishing out parental guidance and more seeking answers on how to parent in today's world.
It's the time of year to celebrate women! Roxanne Wilder chats with Sarah Combs. Not only is she the CEO of the University Area CDC, but she is a mom of three, two of whom are twin boys. How can moms find balance...dealing with work stress and raising happy kiddos?
Roxanne and Buck get down and dirty talking potty training. And how messed up are sleeping arrangements? It's a little dysfunctional in Roxanne's house. Speaking of dysfunctional, do you need to rely on technology to determine whether or not your spouse is in the mood.
Craig Woodard joins the conversation to share his experiences as a parent to an amazing little boy, Craig Jr. His son was born with Down Syndrome and Craig shares the emotions they felt finding out when his wife was pregnant and the joy their son brings them every day. He has some wise words for…
Marc shares new research with Roxanne about the benefits related to throwing a few fun-loving insults at your signicant other. Also, find out about Don Miggs and John Luzzi about their new book, Dad's Know Best.
Marc gives Roxanne a lesson in de-cluttering. If you feel like your kids and specifically, your kids STUFF overwhelms you, Marc has some solutions.
Deep Conversation between Marc and Roxanne about how personality in children comes about. Also, are you terrified by how much Google knows about you?
A short podcast for you this week, as it's a short week. But you don't want to miss it because Marc shares how he's all in...on a STRESS FREE Thanksgiving!!! And Roxanne's come up with her first parenting hack. And it's disgusting.
Are you just going thought the motions and feel like your routine needs a shake-up? Marc and Roxanne have some ideas. And what are your family eating habits like? Some fresh tips for you on the PG Podcast!
Are mom brains a real thing? Marc and Roxanne weigh in. And speaking of weight, "Food & Kids' Eating Habits" was the planned topic. But Marc and Roxanne got sidetracked. Instead, talked about career choices and how kids can help or derail the best-laid plans.
Marc explains how his familly failed, at first, in dealing with the death of their beloved dog, Koolie, but then found the right answer as to how best to handle kids' sadness over the loss of a family pet. Not sure how the conversation went from pets dying to bad dates, but it did!